Students will be exposed to the world’s largest industry; Agriculture. Throughout the semester, we will explore areas of FFA organization, Dairy Production, Poultry Industry, Parliamentary Procedure, International Agriculture and Welding. Each student will complete a Supervised Agricultural Experience project.
Animal Care and Management
Students will explore the animal agriculture industry. They will cover breeds, selection, genetics, health, reproduction systems, digestive systems and nutrition. Species will depend on the class and amount of time, but could include dairy, beef, swine, sheep, poultry, and exotics. There will also be discussion on current issues in the industry. Each student will complete a Supervised Agricultural Experience project. *Participation in FFA is strongly encouraged.
School to Work
The School-To-Work class is designed to give students the tools and skills they need to pursue a career of their choosing while giving them real life work experience at a job placement. Students must find a job that they will get paid for performing. School-To-Work gives students the unique opportunity to get high school credit and a grade outside of the traditional classroom.
Youth Service Learning
Youth Service is a way for students to serve their community. This is a volunteer program and students cannot get paid for their helpfulness
Welding
Grade: 10-12 Prerequisite: None Course Description: In this course we will cover Metal Inert Gas (MIG) welding, Arc welding, Oxy welding, and Plasma Cutting. Students will practice horizontal, vertical, and flat corners, butt, T, lap and edge welds. Safety, proper use of equipment, and shop management will be stressed throughout the duration of the course. The students will complete a project with a drawing and bill of materials with the teacher’s approval. Students will also learn about different careers in the welding field. Each student will complete a Supervised Agricultural Experience project. *Participation in FFA is strongly encouraged.
Ag 7
Agriculture Exploration
The students will be exposed to the world’s largest industry; Agriculture. Throughout the semester, we will explore areas of FFA organization, Beef and Dairy Production, Welding, Small Animal Care and International Agriculture. Emphasis will be given to developing speaking skills, agricultural careers and leadership development. Each student will complete a Supervised Agricultural Experience project. *Participation in FFA is strongly encouraged.